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Protocol Pack Notes and the Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband Reference Guide, Release
The applications listed below are now obsolete and therefore their support will not be available from release 5.2.0.
Open Caveats, Release 5.2.0
This section describes the open caveats in Cisco SCA BB Release 5.2.0.
VoIP family filter is missing while upgrading from release 3.8.5. VoIP reports will not be generated.
Open the PQB in 3.8.5 SCABB and move the Qik protocol from Video protocol filter to VoIP protocol filter and save the configurations as.pqb file. Now open the saved PQB file in 4.1.0 SCABB, the VoIP protocol filter should be visible.
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